I do like that Kyle and Yost are approaching X-Force as a one extended storyline, which goes some way in explaining the cluster of info that was dumped on readers in the initial arc. It also helps that the writers embrace some of more obscure mutant nuttiness that went on in the '80s and '90s. But some of the developments in this issue left me scratching my head, and others just left me disinterested. It's a shame, too, because X-Force has quietly become a book to watch. Read Full Review
X-Force isn't perfect, but it is unique and has a clear idea of what it wants to deliver. The completion of the title's second arc cements a strong identity and further defines an already well-rounded cast. The X-line as a whole is offering some very high quality reading these days, and this issue is a good example of exactly how "X-Force" manages to hold its own against strong competition. Read Full Review
X-Force #10 is definitely what I would call a (very attractive) mixed bag. Why? Because it disappoints as an ending, but succeeds as a beginning. I like where the series is headed, I just wish it didn't have to frustrate so much on the way there. Read Full Review
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